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Cassie Wredberg, 31, was spotted playing in the sunshine with her two children at Trimble Park on a recent afternoon. After graduating from Milaca in 2002, Wredberg returned to the school by working as a paraprofessional and works with Kids Town through Community Education. She also does at-home day...Read More
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As summer nears, plans are buzzing at the Hairy Mosquito, 21287 U.S. Highway 169 in Milaca. Spring events at the trading post wrapped up last weekend with the Wild West Show held on June 14. Crowds enjoyed a performances by Col. Dan Winters and Company. The event featured many themed events, such as...Read More
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This was one of the best springs in a long time, said Princeton area crop farmer Ron Shelley late last week about the crop planting, as he explained how farmers were able to get onto their fields fairly early this spring. It was definitely better than last spring, which was so late in coming that [....Read More
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The Milaca High School Hall of Fame will have eight new members come October. They are three members of the military, two doctors, two teachers and a performer. Hall of Fame honorees will be inducted on Saturday, Oct. 3, at a 10 a.m. ceremony. It will be the fourth such ceremony. Honorees are induct...Read More
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Minnesota’s legislative leaders started 2015 with a pleasant conundrum: How to proceed through the biennial budget process knowing you’ve got a $2 billion surplus. Dozens of uses for those billions quickly surfaced – from big ticket items like Gov. Dayton’s pet project, universal preschool f...Read More
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Joe Cronin made a promise to his youngest son that was fulfilled last week when he said goodbye to First National Bank of Milaca, his employer for over 36 years. “I said I would retire when Carl graduated college. I retired on Friday and he graduated two days later,” said the former chief financ...Read More
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